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ACL Div 2 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 09.09.2018
Team Talk Mag
All County League

ACL Div 2 Results
Aghaloo 5-12 Derrytresk 1-12
Moortown 1-6 Tattyreagh 0-11
Cookstown 0-4 Greencastle 0-9
Loughmacrory 1-6 Gortin 0-9
Strabane 0-11 Eglish 1-10
Urney 0-12 Kildress 0-12
Dungannon 4-8 Augher 0-9
Stewartstown 1-7 Owen Roes 0-8

Eglish secured the league title and with it promotion back to senior football but they had to pull out all the stops at Sigerson Park against Strabane. The home side led at the break with Danny McBride getting all four of their points, Seamus Muldoon with a couple for Eglish. Dylan Arnold, Warner Mullan and McBride had second half scores for the hosts but an Emmett McKenna goal changed the complexion of the game with Gregory Jordan and Peter McCann tagging on points.

Niall McElroy hit 2-4 with Padraig McGeary and Ruairi McGlone also claiming goals as Aghaloo made home advantage count against Derrytresk in a high scoring encounter. Niall Gavin finished with 0-9 for the visitors while Liam Slater got their goal.

Points from Johnny Harkin, James Darcy and Gareth Mimnagh helped Tattyreagh secure a hard earned victory in Moortown. Ryan Kelly got 1-2 for the Loughshore men but it wasn’t enough on the day.

Cahir McCullagh and Mark Carson got most of Greencastle’s points between them as they won away to Cookstown, Danny McElhatton and Niall Gavin among the scorers for the Father Rocks.

It finished all square between Loughmacrory and Gortin with Shane Dobbs getting a late goal for the home side on a day when Cathaoir Gallagher, Aodhan Donaghy, Peter Keenan and Sean Og McAleer were among the points for their respective sides.

Mattie McGuigan and Jamie McAleer were the leading marksmen for their teams as Kildress and Urney shared the spoils, Johnny Lafferty and Enda McAleer were also among the points.

Paddy Quinn, Conor McKee, Padraig McNulty and Oran Mallon all found the net as Dungannon won at home to Augher, Darragh Kavanagh with five points for the St.Macartans with Darragh Donnelly also on target.

James Kelly got the only goal of the game with Macaulay Quinn and Dan Lowe providing points as Stewartstown won at home to Owen Roes, Conal McCormick and Brendan Boggs among the scorers for the visitors.




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